Unlikely Link between Phthalates and Diabetes

“Scary common consumer products — not,” by American Council on Science and Health.
For years, agenda-driven activists have attempted to link phthalates to every conceivable ailment. And now, a new study twists and turns to try to link this class of chemicals — which are present in a wide variety of common products ranging from plastics to cosmetics — with a disease that afflicts many Americans: diabetes. The authors’ own interpretation of this questionable study indicates that exposure to phthalates increases older Americans’ risk of developing diabetes. Read the full article in ACSH Dispatch.

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